The lifetime exclusion of felons from jury service is the majority rule in the U.S.,
used in 31 states and in federal courts.
Mar 28, 2003 ... Consequences of a Felony Conviction. ... although federal anti-discrimination
laws place some restrictions on the use of criminal histories.
There are also many statutes, administrative rules, state court rules, and federal
court rules that place further restrictions on convicted felons in Texas.
What kind of restrictions are most felons subjected to? We have the information ...
can my son with a felony conviction on a drug charge can get a cdl class A?
Under the Florida Constitution, a convicted felon cannot vote, serve on a jury, ... A
Pardon or Restoration of Civil Rights with no restrictions on firearms must be ...
Apr 25, 2008 ... "Ex-offenders face legal restrictions on employment, they lack access to ...
stipulates that persons convicted of a state or federal felony offense ...
The general purpose of statutes of limitation is to make sure convictions occur
only ... Murder: none; 10 yrs. for certain violent felonies; felony sexual abuse of a
State law, not federal, dictates the consequences of a felony conviction on the
right to ... Federal and state laws dictate limitations on a felon's right to bear arms.
Oct 20, 2014 ... Anyone who has been convicted of a felony is banned by federal law from ever ...
There are many other federal gun ownership restrictions.
Nov 13, 2006 ... federal law upon conviction of a felony offense. ..... interest, may censure, place
limitations on the activities, functions, or operations of, suspend ...